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We are very proud of our nine Part II project students who completed their studies this summer. Each of them conducted their own research project over the course of the academic year, which they wrote up as a dissertation for their final examinations. Topics included emotion, acoustics, memorability, musical abilities, and ADHD.

We are particularly excited for several of these students to be continuing onto postgraduate studies in music psychology: five going to the Goldsmiths Music Mind & Brain programme (Juliet Firth, Lizzie Robbings, Lottie Anstee, Megan Robinson, and Silas Sanders), and one to the Cambridge Music & Science MPhil (Hannah Wilkie). Two others will be going onto study at music college (Ellis Thomas, Emily Trubshaw), and one more to pursue an MPhil in Digital Humanities at Cambridge. Congratulations everyone! 

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CMS at SEMPRE 50th Anniversary Conference

5 September 2022

We had our first post-COVID conference trip this weekend, to the 50th anniversary conference of the Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research (SEMPRE). It was great to catch up with old friends and meet more of the community. We are particularly proud of CMS PhD student Xi Zhang, who received the Aubrey Hickman award for her paper entitled 'Tones shape notes: The realisation of lexical tones in Chaozhou songs'. We are also proud of our other CMS students who presented at the conference: